Day six brought the Adventurer through the increasingly mountainous terrain of Southeast Alaska, where nearly every peak rising from the ocean was snowcapped (the panorama above combines three images, taken near Wrangell). This is partly due to the very low timberline, and the incredible amount of snow that falls over the long Alaskan winter. These same elements are reponsible for the massive glaciers that lay ahead in our journey. Wrangell (below) is a quiet fishing village tucked into this landscape, and was our next port of call. While some passengers took a jet boat excursion up the Stikine River, others walked the quaint main street of Wrangell.